Windows at the historic Queen Anne Branch of The Seattle Public Library, 400 W. Garfield St., Seattle, are undergoing repair. The project is slated to be completed by May 22.

The work involves reglazing the approximately 70 double pane windows of the landmarked Carnegie library. The stained glass windows by Richard Spaulding, installed in 1979 are not part of this project. Work will happen both inside and outside the branch when the library is closed. Library operations will not be impacted.

The contractor for the window repair is Legacy Renovation. The architect is SHKS.

The 106-year-old Queen Anne Branch was originally designed by Joseph Cote in association with Harlan Thomas.